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Re: Undefined reference to '...'

  I tried using the 'template class ...' and that did the trick,
but I agree that it is of limited use though.  Kinda limits the
generality of your code, if you have to know the type ofevery
template class before hand.  So, I'm going to look up the site
you suggested and try their snapshot.

  Truth to tell, this bug is very weird... I managed earlier on
to make a program that uses a template class in a seperate file
by declaring superclasses to it and specifically referring to
the subclass.  However, in my current needs excluded that

  Thanks a lot.

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